Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Australian Themed Dinner @ Edge, Steak and Bar 3.27.12

I attended the last dinner in the monthly series and really enjoyed it.  This one sounds like a winner too. 

EDGE Steak & Bar | Miami

Ongoing Dining Series Continues with a Night Down Under
Channel your inner Crocodile Dundee with an Aussie-themed wine dinner at Edge, Steak and Bar at Four Seasons Hotel Miami on Tuesday, March 27, 2012 at 7 p.m.
Guests attending the third Specialty Dinner Night will be welcomed by Aussie-executive chef Aaron Brooks. As homage to his homeland, Chef Brooks has put together an Aussie-themed feast complete- with wine pairings-designed to give diners a glimpse into the delicious cuisine of Australia.

                                                             Barramundi Carpaccio  
             combined with pomelo, Australian olive oil, lemon verbena and macadamia nuts

                                                            Shrimp "off the barbie"   
                           with roasted tomato vinaigrette, saffron and grilled black kale

                                                      Kangaroo Loin and Emu Meatballs
                   with house-made tagliatelle pasta, arugula, pickled carrots and prunes

         Aussie Lamb Mixed Grill (leg, chops & sausage)
shank gravy, bubble and squeak, minty peas and mini yorkies

Chef Aaron’s ‘mums’ dessert recipe
with Wattleseed cream, tropical fruits and coconut 

In addition to the delicious five-course meal, guests will munch on Aussie treats upon arrival, andAussie damper (traditional bread) while sipping Australian wines. The dinner is priced at $99 perperson, exclusive of tax and gratuity. Seats are limited, reservations required. Future Specialty dinners will take place the last Tuesday of every month; themes will be announced in advance.
Edge, Steak & Bar is located at 1435 Brickell Avenue on the 7th floor of Four Seasons Hotel Miami, and serves dinner nightly from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.   Valet and municipal parking are available. Telephone: (305) 381-3190;


MisYahd said...

With all due respect, these meals paired with white wines are one of the best. Thank you for sharing the, with us.

Unknown said...

@MisYahd Well i agree that good wine paired with a great entree may be what seals the deal for a great night out. But i really think that the atmosphere and the company would be phenomenal. I remember this one blog that i saw back then that wrote about a locale that just looks remarkable and perfect for me and my mates(i confess that i do like the proper champagne bars in London with loud music and great energy). But i wager that i can adjust to something tame and just as quaint. Cheers!